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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 311 18S4
M. J. HOWLEY,
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Room 10, Winter'! Block,
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Millinery Stock and fixtures for Sale.
I will sell my entire stock of millinery
mil theitore fixtures at a sacrifice; the best
bargains ever offered. Tne stock is new
and well selected. Will sell all ro
gather on terms to suit the purchaser, or
will rstsil goods at lower prices than ever
before sold. I must close out business on
account of ill health. Call if yon want bar
Mrs. C. McLkah,
8th St., bet. Washington and Walnut.
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
New Turk Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
G. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratum & Bird,
for Chess Carley Company's famous
"Fire Proof Oil."
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 58 Ohio
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
Board and Booms Wanted.
Board wanted with 3 rooms for 3 adults
and two children; in a private family pre
ferred. Unexceptional references to be ex
changed. Address P. O. Box 233, stating
terms and locality. lw
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
KucKien's Arnica salTe
The Best Salre In the world for Cuts,
Bx aiaes, Borea, Clctrt, Salt Rheom, Fern
Sort, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Curtis, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cu-ea Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or muney refunded. Price
83 cenu per box. For ssle by Barclay
Uesteorant and Oyster H use,
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drncr Rrnr u ie now at Rurrlar Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Die-
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitia. Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug More. (4)
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS. 1
notice la tneee coinmne, tea emu per line.
see lasertum and whether marked or sol, ir cairn
Wted to toward anr nan's baelAeee Interest are
always pais for.
Local on third psge.
Foced-A Roman locket, inquire at
Jchn A. Miller's jewelry store.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tt
Eunice Goodrich and ber splendid
Comedy Company at the Ooera House Fri
day and Saturday evenings and Btturday
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at The Bulletin office. tf
Mr. L W. Johnson, of tbe firm of John,
on & Flowers, left yesterday afternoon for
Iowa, called there by a telegram announa
ing the serious sickoeu of bis age 1 father.
We are still ready to sell our entire
Uck of clothing. G )ld8tiDe 4 R,aenwatcr
The Comedies presented by the Eunice
Goodrich Combination are written for Miss
Goodrich, and can bo played only by her
-Full stock and complete sample book
It is understood that Peter Cuhl i n
tends to have hie Ohio levee building trans'
formed either into railroad offices or a ho
tol when it shall have been vacated by
-Father Murphy, of St.Patrick's church,
jesterday united in marriage Mr. Chas.
Osier, of Indianapolis, lndn an engineer
on the Wabash road, and Miss Minnit
Kilay, of this city.
Eunice Goodrich and Harry Ademe
with a first-claas company at the Opera
House, Friday and Saturday and Saturday
matinee, will give one of the best entertain'
ments of the season.
We have a new numbering machine,
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
others who want checks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at The
Bulletin office at low rates. tf
After long minute observation aod
brain-racking thought The Bulletin's sci
entific eJitor has discovered that the red
sunsets were due to the effort of the sun to
accommodate ltselt to central meredian
Young Mr. Cordingly, of Mound City,
has been in tbe city several days, r. iving
exhibitions of bis mediumistic powers, in
private circles. UiB power is variously com
mented upon by those who attended the ex
hibitions. Ons Wilson sewing machine, nearly
new, all attachments, 'n nrsicius running
order, three drawers on a side, and swing
ing centre drawer, extension table. Origi
nal cost was f 3S ; for sals for $19.
It Farsbaehr & Co. Pawnbrokers.
- Receiver G. L. Woodward, of the Tsxu
& St. LVmis road, came down the Short
line early yesterday morning and left be
fore daylight on a trip over his road. The
object of his trip is shreu led in mystery
so far as aDy one here is concerned.
A rise of the temperature was reported
from nearly every point in this weather cir
cuit yesterday afternoon. The average
state of the thermometer at fourteen sta
tions reported from was nearly 63 degrees
above xero. This certainly does not promise
much of a cold wave.
Two young men very deliberately en
gaged in a rough and tumble fight on Com
mercial avenue, above Eighth street, last
. i t .1
evening, in tne course oi woicn mey
demolished one of the show windows of
Mr. Sadlsr's store. Both were plsced un
der arrest and will probably be tried to-day
Now that the weather is mild, tramps are
to be given the g. b. The edict went forth
from police headquarters last night, and te-
day all are expected to either go to work or
to move to some other port on the river be
sides this. About twenty-five of them have
been regularly ensconsed at the Arab en
gine house, about a warm fire, during the
several cold nights of tbe last week or ten
Capt. Clurles Baughman has been
heard from. He went to Hot Springs some
days ago, it will be remembered, to be
cured of rheumatism. When he.started he
could not walk, and Mr. P. W. Barclay
loaned him an old crutch to help himself
alung with. Yesterday Mr. Barclay was
surprised to receive the cratch by express,
charges prepaid. Capt. Baughman has
improved very much since his stay there
and will probably soon be home.
The young attorney of this city who re
cently msde an important discovery con
cerning the fable 1 inhabitant of tbe moon
has since turned his acute powers toward
musty records of laws in colonial Mary
ian1, he finds that as there- is still in force
ia the District of Columbia an act passed
1715 against miscegenation, Fred Douglass
is liable t a fice ot 5,000 pounds of tobacco
for marryiog a white woman. It is to be
hoped that Fred will be allowed the benefit
ot the rebite.
The colder ripple of temperature which
struck Bismarck and the northwest in gen-
"''' yesterday morning spent itself on the
way here an J is iieing followed by some
what warmer weather. By the time it had
reached St. Paul, its effect on the thermome
ter bad dwindled to one degree, and as the
drop remained the same as far as Keokuk,
it is fair to presume that tbe lowering will
not reach us. Tbe local gain one degree,
leaving the St. Louis reading at 33, may
therefore be somewhat Improved on before
At tit TAintitin ienrimraA tH Trlftl
, , . .u tr
ltun anil frionrli Tiii'Iit t the M nr-
meyer residence, about thirty-five young
people were in attendance. The exercises
consisted of readings, addresses and music
a follows: A song by Miss Maud Casey,
ef Mound City; a select reading by Miss
Maud Kitten house; remarks by Mr. Mc-
P '"ld; P'no duet b' Mr n1 Mr1, Pr
son' ; clarionet and piano duet by Prof, and
Mrs. Storer. Some minutes were then spent
in dancing, and then tbe company partook
of a fine supper provided by their hosts.
Dancing was resumed then and closed the
Col. nogeland who made a vain at
tempt here some time ago to interest street
Arabs in spiritual matters, is doing good
work at St. Louis. The Chronicle of that
city says in Tuesday's iasue : "Twenty-five
newsboys accompanied Col. Hogeland to
the Fifth Congregational church, aid and
Clark avenue last night. Tbey occupied
iront seats, behaved well, and each
M up M(J Re hi Mm
-'M ni,aisj. IJt-iirlTS-ii WI . nfl rrm
nait wm orphans. The pastor earnestly
ie wotk amonif the newsbos
1 8core8 01 P'fta gathered about the boys
who ciote or service and encouraged them
wiiii so. iinsarvet . 1. . r it a
, ,j ,,. 0I uie nana, and ox
prsssions of sympathy, to come again."
St. Patrick's church is to tri mmi
important additions to iu Ut...i r...t
ture, in the form of two .ta... ,.
ing the sacred hearts of Je,us and Mary.
These statues will be imported from Paris
where they are now in course of prepare
tion for shipment hero. They will each be
bout Ive feet high end will be beautiful
worki of arts. By e recent act of congress
statuee imported direct for churches ere
admitted to this country free of duty, which
will make e considerable difference in the
cost of the statues. ,The statues will be
placed in the rear end ef the chucrb, 00
little altars at either aide of tbe main altar,
stsnding opposite ornmental alcoves repro
sented upon the walla, which will produce
a fine effect aad give a finishing touch to
the already beautiful interior of the church
Fire destroyed the flour mill at Mound
City yesterdsy sfternoon. It broke out
near a flue about one o'clock and defied all
efforts to quench it until the building was
rued to the ground. It was a three-story
frame structure, fifty by one hundred feet;
and was furnished with milling machinery
capable of turning out one hundred and
fifty barrels of flour and meal. The build-
ing was formerly one of the government
navy yard buildings and was very substsa
tislly bnilt. It belonged to the city, but
was leased for twenty-five years to J. H.
Reel, who with one Price owned the mill
ing machinery. By terms of the lease Reel
was to keep the building insured for $300,
but it is understood that he ignored this
provision, and that the building is, there
fore a total loss to the city. It is estimated
by those competent to judge that the build
ing could not be replaced for less than
13,009. Reel had no insurance on his in
terest in the mill, but Price, it is said, had
his share insured for $1,500 only about two
hours before the fire broke out. The loss
on machinery is estimated at $8,000.
LEO KLEBB DEAD.
Last night at 8 :15 o'clock Mr. Leo Klebb
breathed his lut at his residence on Sixth
street He was nearly fifty years of age,
one of our oldest citizens and much es
teemed by all who enjoyed an
intimate acquaintance with. Though a lit
tle grough in manner be was of a most
genial disposition and an honest, straight
forward man in all his dealings. By many
years of hard labor, economy and s'eady,
intelligent application to his bnsinsss,
he managed to amass considerable property
and was doing a prosperous business when
bs was tsken down with his lut sickness.
His ailmsnt was a typbo maleiial fever,
ith which he had been prostrated for sev
eral months previous to his death. He rallied
a little yesterday afternoon, but it proved
to be only the last flash of bis departing
Hs leaves a wife and four m five chil
dren who will have the heartfelt sympathy
of the entire community.
He wu a member of tbe Odd Fellows
Order, the Rough and Ready Fire company
and of the Ceaaino society. These organi
sations will tske charge of tbe remains.
A GRACEFUL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.
Tbe following beautiful letter was writ
ten to a prominent lady member of the
Episcopal church, and wu handed us for
publication in order that all the ladies for
whom it is intended may read it:
Jefferson Citt, Jan. 21, 1884.
To the ladlea of the CI arch of the Bedeener,
Mr Vsht Dea Friekds How devoutly
bave I wished for tbe inspiration of lan
guage to tell you in fit accents tbe impulses
that moved my inmost heart, when I re
ceived your parting gift. In this last mu
nificent act you bave reached, may I say,
tbe climax of long years of repeated kind
ness, tboughtfulness and generosity. Who
can number the delightful memories that
will ever dwell side by side with the
thought of my beloved church? What
mind could be for a moment insensible to
the words of love, the message of encour
agement, the warm hearts and strong
bands thst have always met me there! Oh I
hen can be forgotten your graceful and
gentle offices to me, or that sweet influence
hicb bu ever surrounded mi, calling forth
all the better angels of my nature? The
thought of our past ysars together, in me
doeth breathe perpetual benediction. In
the hour of my joy, when I g&yo hand and
heart to him who bu taken me from your
midst, I found you, as ever, generous.
In the time of my tribulation, when the
grave closed over the sainted mother who
gave me life, I found you ready to weep
ith me. Dear, kind, loving friends, the
grateful tear of recollection rises in tbe
besrt and gathers to the eye. Words fail
me. I can but say, thanks, thanks ever
more. Through all my life, when I shall
summon up tbe remembrance of things
past, all that you have been to me, all
that you have done for me, shall be like an
eternal summer that never, never fades.
Ever faithfully and affectionately yours,
Annie Pitcher Clare.
An exchange says: "Man's averaae life
is on years." Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will
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You will be surprised to see how low tbe
When in St. Louis call on them. 8
i ' Moot Die, Ir." -
Cbicago. Jan. SO. A mysterious snoot,
log occurred in the Williams block Not. 83
and 87, Dearborn street. A clerk employed
In the abitract office ot Haddock A Vtllette,
whoe name could not be learned, was
quiitlnf work, and looking the door ot tbe
office to o borne when a gray-haired man
appeared and exclaimed la traglo tonea:
You muu die, by Oodl At the same
Instant bs drew a revolver and flred a shot
at the luckless clerk, who fell upon tbe
floor of the ball wounded la the rlnht leg.
Tbe strancer dropped his pistol and ran
away. Medical aid was sailed for, the
clerk who was taken away In a back. His
name could not be learned ai the regular
police did not hear aoytbtug about tbe affair
until informed by a reporter. Tne stioot
ins was firit reported by the Plnkerton po
lice. The Inmates of the building were
questioned about tbe shooting, but none ot
tbem knew tbe name ot tbe wounded
A Broke Ra.IL
Springfield, Mo., Jan. 30. When
three miles from Dixon about 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon tbe engine attached to
the west-bound day passenger train on tbe
'Fruoo road wu thrown from the
track by a broken rail. The engine
wu badly damaged, and Engineer
G. W. Faber, who wu running In tbe
place of Joseph Moore, tbe regular engi
neer, was killed outright, and Thos. Robl
son, tbe fireman, wa bruised and
scalded to sucn an extent thai he
U in a ' very ciitical condi
tion. The passengers aod coaches
eicaped Injury. Mr. Faber, who was
ahoiu 38 years old, wu ooe of tbe most
popular men on the road, a member lo
good itandlng of tbe Masonic fraternity,
and leaves a wife and children. Tbe cas
ualty delaved the arrival of tbo train ut this
city till 11 o'clock last nlaht.
1 ro lw flame.
Nkw HavK.v, Conn., Jan. SO. It Is re
p.ru.ltba; a New Haven and Northamp
ton paencer train wai ditched and
ev. ral pmengers Injured. Ii is also re
torted ttiat tbe cars took fire. A wrecking
train ha gone out.
1 HE COLORADO SEX ATORSHIP.
( bBe Paul) l Umm la til Even
Chicago, Jan. 30. Senator Chaffee. It
nmt, has returned to Colorado, as re
ported, aod is goln; Into tbe politics of the
mining state with a high band, laying hi
nets to succeed Senator Hill, as Senator
Hlil lU'xeeded him, making preparation
to control tbe delegation of Colorado In tbe
R-'pu llcan convention and generally a
sumin? control and leadership lo all mat
te ri po Itlcal so far as the Republican party
ii concerned. Tbe fact was veuobsafed by
Gov. Grant, as about the only political
new in Colorado at tbe present time. Tbe
trovernor i "topping with his wife at tbe
Palmer, and is here on private business.
He aid that Mr. Chaffee's return wai no
ticed a fuw days ajo, aod
ibat be hn never cobs out and boldly
aid that his mlaaloa lo bis old home was to
eo back from it to tae United States Senate;
but before going to bring a united delega
tion to Chicago on June 3, aod vote tbem
for whoever be shall have determined to
''The people don't much like It," said
Gov. Grant, "but It is likely tbsy will
bave to put up with it. Chaffee bu always
kept a room In Denver, hut after Hill a
election to the Senate io 1873, aod Cbaffte
redeemed hla failure to return to tbe Sen
ate by his Pittsburg deal, be went to New
York, aod be ou always been looked upon
t iiving tbere. To oeme back then to tbe
State be bu renounced and repudiated,
f r be baa several tlmti said that be had
given Colorado up, and bad ao further po
litics! ambitions, the Colorado people
think It l cheek, to say the leant of It. But
be baa a utrona following, and his chances
for Kolng back In Hill's place are very
strong. Mr. Hill himself told me some
time ago that be scarcely believed be would
be a candidate for the Senate again. That
atatement, I think, should bs taken with a
bit of allowaace, however."
"Who Is it supposed Chaffee will vote bis
delegation for, If be secure Itf"
"Tbe feeling la that he will Instruct It for
Logan, taouh be claims It will go un
pledged. I think myielf he will come here
unprepared to support anybody bis guide
bis actions according to circumstances. He
may be in favor of Logan at preaeot, and
Logan may be lo bis mind's eye, but I
tbink be will devote all his energies for the
preaent to scouring the deleiatlon. That
will not be a difficult taak, because Chaffee,
say what they pleue, la a strength among
tbe'pol tioloos of Colorado. The delegation
once atcured. tbere will be time enough to
decide who It shall go for. It Is true tbat
tbe delegation is not very large. It does
not number more than six or eight, but
six or eight In a close call are worth hav
ing." f IKE HOBKEft RC1XED HIM.
Emhialer Ray Betaralac to Ilanulbnl
l A newer lor Forgery.
Hannibal, Jan. 30. Robert M. Rjy,
recently private secretary of Loomis A
Snlvely, coal dealers of this cty, wag ar
rested in Kansas City on two Indictments
of forgery reported by tJe Hannibal grand
Jury Ian week. Kay had tbe full confi
dence of Loomis & Snlvely, wbo for year
gave bim many of their bills to collect.
I.aM summer be developed a mania for fait
horsMH and line carriage and soon it wan
whispered about tbat be was an embezsler
for several thousand dollars. He surrend
ered all bis personal propety to tbe rJrm
and skipped for the West. It afterward
trannpired tbat he had also forged Loomis
& Snively's name lo two instances for large
sums. Deputy Sheriff Kelly started to
bring bim back. Both be and bit wife
were prominent society people.
A niOH OLD TIME.
Aw All-Matil Healing- of I he rilisbnra;
PiTTSBUaa, Pa., Jan. 30. After an all
night session ot unprecedented confusion
and disorder, the democracy of this city at
11 o'clock. Ob the 19th ballot Ibey secured
the nomination of Bobt. Lldell as a candi
date for Mayor by 4 majority. Tbe fljcht
swept awsy old lines and men wbo always
stood together la former years found
themselves faoe te face In the struggle,
causing great excitement. It was a
struggle to the death, greatly Intensified
when it beoane sppareat tbat only a break
In tbe raaks ef tie follower ef see of tbe
three leading men ooutft bring it to ao end,
All tbe avoidable polloemen were mused
at the hall and a strong array of club's were
In resdlnsss for action at the order of tbe
officer oommaadiBE. It wu tbe only tbleg
that prevented a serious ceeAiot.
WM. M. MYIDSON,
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Discourses of the Penitentiary
Aad Waxei Eloqaeal Over she Noble
nd Heroic Deeds of tbe Frleon
Stillwater, Minn., Jan. 30. Tbe
Younger brothers are eonflnsj in a room
00 the found floor ot tbe )all since the fire.
A squad of Company K, National Otiar.1,
is stationed in tbe corridor. In reply tea
question Cole said: "We feel very com
fortable under tbe care of .Sheriff IIoU
cembe, wbo, by the way, has been very at
tentive to u. As to the Are, we were 00
the grouad floor, and had notblag to fear
except tbe gas, whloh wu almott unbear
able, find we were a'rald to strike
any lights, (earing ao explosion. When we
were to he tiken out tbs deputy was about
to put Hob and myne.f into the cbaln-gang,
but we told Mm If be ever trusted us be
should trut us now In this hour of dla.
ter. We were taken out under the dry
shed bre we were well treated, and ob
tained a good view of the flre. We decided
to act honorable to tbe Warden and depu
ty. The latter, we are sorry to hear, bin
lut everything be bad, u bave alao Mr.
and Mrs. D dd. Tbey exerted tbeoiaelves
to the utm"St to save all of ui with our
clothing, aod left their own property to
'I think," nald Cole aod Jim lu the
name voire, "tbat tbe State ought to make
good tbe loss sustained by those noble
people." "People," oontlnued Cole,
"little know how bard these fellows work
ed. I think tbat the deeds done by Deputy
UM and tbe gardi were of a heroic nature,
for which toey deserve great credit, while
Oorge Dodd and W. Hall did one of the
bravest acts I ever witnesed in taking No.
Of) Iron the suffjcatlng fate that awaited
bim. On Saturday, when we were taken
up to tm p. ce, it wu seven years and
three months alnce we ssw the out
side of the prison walls. Of
course we could not govern our
fenllurs 1 men, but If it bad been
a child and it had been oonfliied tbat length
of tlm bo would bave screamed for Joy on
beholding the open apace of tbe streets and
tbe crowd ot people standing around.
The deputy placed 00 little eoufldance
In uh, and drove us up without abac
lies." "He t iu my lap all tbe way up," ssld
Cole, wltb a smile, "and I felt highly hon
ored. Chandler there lias always been op
posed to tbe official, complaining o." tbls
a id tbat, trying to be as obstinate as he
could, but be says be will know knuckle to
all of them, and beg their pardon after
what they have done."
A fereae la ("oars.
N'w Yohx, Jan. 30. A sensation was
created in a Jersey City Court of Justice by
a yutiOK lady offering berself as a vicarious
sunrldce for an undo wbo Is accused of
fraud. Dr. Kufus W. Peacock and John
D. Harrington wen; put on trial In tbe
Hudson County (M. V. ) Court of Session
lii Jersey City to answer tbe Indictment
charging tlinj with having conspired to
defraud tbe Ami-rieau League of Honor of
13,o(X in improperly entering an a member of
Union Council Marvin Cory, who was In the
last stages of consumption. H was insur
ed for ft. 0OO, of which fi, WW was for the
benerJl of bis father, and 13,000 for Eva
Williams. Dr. Peacock has a niece of tbat
name, but she refused to sign the certifi
cate, and mentioned tbe olrcumsi aiwea to a
lady friend whose buhbund is a member of
the order. He mads Inquiry and called the
attention of tbs polioe to the oase when he
became satisfied tbat a fraud hal
been perpetrated. The arrest and In.
d.ctment of three men followed. El nm W.
Cory, fai ber of the deceased beneficiary,
was a party to the alleged fraud, an I re
ceived $2,000 of the money, but the cum
against bim was nolle prosequld on condi
tion that be turn state's evtdenoe. After
hl testimony, wblcb substantiated the fact
that the fraud bad been committed. Miss
Eva Williams testified tbat she was
niece ot Dr. Psscock, wbo married her
aunt; she lived at tbe dootor's house In
lat November; he requested ber to sln
a paper which be said was an Insurant)
policy; that her oousln, a yoiin mm
named Cory, bad died and left $2,000 to
bis father and $3,000 to her. She refused
to algn the paper, u she bad no such
cousin and was not entitled to the money.
She said Harrington also importuned her to
sign the paper. At this point the witness
asked permission to mske a statement. It
was granted, and she said, in a trembling
voice: "I am willing to take tbe punish
ment lo be meted out to Dr. Peacock for
my aunt's sake. I will take his punish
ment of two years." These words created
a marked sensation In tbe court, which
found expression In exolasiatlons ot sur
prise and subdued applause.
A Chicago Abrtarllon.
Chicago, Jan. 80. The trial of the
somewhat celebrited oase of Mrs. Henrietta
Hlanohard against the Wasbingtoolan
borne. Mi s. Anna Evert, tbe matron of the
Martha Washington home Augustus J.
CLARK & LOYETT,
Durbank and Joshua W. Carr, was com
menced, before Judge Kogers and a )nry.
Mis. Blanubard was in 1882 the proprietress
of a house at No. 20". East In liana street,
and supported herself by renting furnished
rooma. She charires tbat on December 20,
1882. she was drugged by lbs defendants
from her home and taken to tbe Martha
Wublngton home, at Kavenswood,
where she was kept a pr.sooer
for four months. This In
carceration as an Inebriate, she avers, wm
without warrant or without ber tnvlng
keen taken before tbe county court and ad
judged a distracted or inebriated person.
She charges tbat while she was thus kept a
prisoner at tbe Martha Washington home
the defendant took aud carried away from
ber house $500 in oath. The ladj was, at
ter remaining at tbe borne four months,
brought before tbe county court on a writ
of de lunatloo Inquirendo. where she wu
adjudged not Insane. The suit wblcb Is
now on trial was brought b7 the lady to re
cover 1-VOOO damages to her reputation by
by tbe detention as an inebriate In an asy
lum for tbe cure ot sucb persons, and for
the loss of he.- inonev and business.
Drnle Ibe Nansor.
New Orleans, Jan. 3). Mrs. Tabor de
met tbe story of ber alleged marriage te
W. Ortmao, of Philadelphia. Sbe says
when she marries it won't be to a mea
whom sbe will have to support. Sbe thinks
Ortmau started the rumor.
Tbe llllnota Prnsa.
L'ebana, III., Jan. 30. Tbe annual
meeting of tbe Illinois Press Association
hu opened. Members leave by special
train for Wubinztoa at close of meeting.
Notices in this column three lines or less Si cent
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